Our resources page is regularly updated with useful information, guides and international trade support. For more information on any of the information listed below or guidance on growing your business internationally, please contact our friendly International Trade team: email@example.com
International trade resources for businesses
UK trade agreements with non-EU countries
Find out about the trade agreements the UK has concluded that are in effect and the progress of our discussions with other countries.
A snapshot of the UK’s trade and investment positions with individual trading and investment partners overseas. These factsheets summarise the latest statistics on trade and investment between the UK and individual overseas partners.
Market Intelligence comes in all forms from understanding the customs and cultures of the country to knowing the price your products will sell in a specific market. Access free exporting country guides to help you identify key business opportunities for your company.
Find information about how to move goods from the UK to the rest of the world. Use this service to check for rules and restrictions, tax and duty rates as well as what exporting documents you need.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has a dedicated overseas business risk site that is freely accessible. Each market has a report that outlines the political, economic, human rights, bribery, terrorism, criminal activity, and intellectual property risks. These are updated when required
Having the right type of intellectual property protection helps you to stop people stealing or copying: the names of your products or brands, your inventions, the design or look of your products and things you write, make or produce. Copyright, patents, designs and trademarks are all types of intellectual property protection. You get some types of protection automatically, others you have to apply for.
Updated March 2023: The Secret Economist’s 2023 outlook, powered by MoneyCorp gives views on the shape of the economy for the year ahead, and what major events are likely to impact monetary policy. MoneyCorp’s FX forecast outlines the major exchange rate forecasts on their three most traded currency crosses.